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poem:Mariam (2014)
Journal Article
Fraser, B. (2014). poem:Mariam. Café Dissensus,

A poem on public execution.

'"The Difference Between Us": Conrad, Ford, Wells and the English Novel' (2013)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2013). '"The Difference Between Us": Conrad, Ford, Wells and the English Novel'. Studies in the Novel, 45, 214-33

The focus of this paper is H. G. Wells’s brief friendship with Joseph Conrad in the closing years of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries. It was a friendship that would end in resentment, estrangement, and much disagreement ov... Read More about '"The Difference Between Us": Conrad, Ford, Wells and the English Novel'.

J. Leslie Mitchell/Lewis Grassic Gibbon and exploration (2012)
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Lyall, S. (2012). J. Leslie Mitchell/Lewis Grassic Gibbon and exploration. Scottish Literary Review, 4, 131-150

The article presents the literary works of James Leslie Mitchell using the pseudonym Lewis Grassic Gibbon. It discusses Mitchell's adventurous spirit as reflected in the travel exploits of his characters in "The Lost Trumpet," "Hanno" and "The Thirte... Read More about J. Leslie Mitchell/Lewis Grassic Gibbon and exploration.

Getting the Message: supporting students’ transition from Higher National to degree level study and the role of mobile technologies. (2012)
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Fotheringham, J., & Alder, E. (2012). Getting the Message: supporting students’ transition from Higher National to degree level study and the role of mobile technologies. Electronic Journal of eLearning, 10, 331-341

In this paper, we explore roles that mobile technologies can play in supporting students’ transition to second and third year of university degree study, specifically along articulation routes from completing a Higher National Certificate (HNC) or Hi... Read More about Getting the Message: supporting students’ transition from Higher National to degree level study and the role of mobile technologies..

Stevenson and popular culture. (2010)
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Dryden, L. (2010). Stevenson and popular culture. NJES : Nordic journal of English studies, 9.3, 11-24

Olalla's legacy: twentieth century vampire fiction and genetic previvorship (2010)
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Wasson, S. (2010). Olalla's legacy: twentieth century vampire fiction and genetic previvorship. Journal of Stevenson Studies, 7, 55-81

Although Robert Louis Stevenson’s short story ‘Olalla’ does not use the word ‘vampire’ at any point, it contains a cluster of motifs that have led critics to identify it as a vampire tale: specifically, a character addicted to drinking human blood an... Read More about Olalla's legacy: twentieth century vampire fiction and genetic previvorship.

Popular music fanzines: genre, aesthetics, and the “Democratic Conversation” (2010)
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Atton, C. (2010). Popular music fanzines: genre, aesthetics, and the “Democratic Conversation”. Popular Music and Society, 33, 517-531. https://doi.org/10.1080/03007761003694316

Research into fanzines has tended to locate them as subcultural artefacts whose significance is found in their symbolic fit with the subculture responsible for producing them. As a consequence, fanzines have mostly been interpreted homologically as... Read More about Popular music fanzines: genre, aesthetics, and the “Democratic Conversation”.

Writing about listening: alternative discourses in rock journalism (2009)
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Atton, C. (2009). Writing about listening: alternative discourses in rock journalism. Popular Music, 28, 53-67. https://doi.org/10.1017/S026114300800158X

‘Alternative’ publications challenge the conventional discourses of rock journalism. In particular, the dominant discourses of authenticity, masculinity and mythology might be countered by publications that emphasise historical and (sub)cultural fra... Read More about Writing about listening: alternative discourses in rock journalism.

Penguin Editions of Conrad: A Review Essay by Linda Dryden (2009)
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Dryden, L. (2009). Penguin Editions of Conrad: A Review Essay by Linda Dryden. English literature in transition, 1880-1920, 52, 196

This is a review essay requested by the Editor of English Literature in Transition. The essay gives an overview of the importance of Joseph Conrad and then discusses the merits of the new Penguin editions of his work.